Kelly Cox's - Blog

Real Estate Agent - Long & Foster Realty BWI Office
Maryland Equestrian, Farm's & Land Real Estate.
If I'm home alone and the TV is on, 9 out of 10 times, it's tuned to The Weather Channel. As a self-proclaimed and family-described "weather channel nut", I can't seem to get enough. I'm often asked "isn't this the same thing you saw 20 minutes ago?" Well of course it is, but eventually it'll cha...
 As Realtors, many of us are passionate about providing our clients with the highest level of service and dedication. After all, we are helping people with one of the most important decisions in their life, the purchase of their home.  And while our careers can be something we all immerse ourselv...
 " Good fences make good neighbors" is a saying we're all familiar with, but well-made fences make safe and happy horses.   Fencing for your horses serves a specific purpose but it can also enhance your property. Proper planning is the first step in designing the fencing for your property. Each f...
"Going green" aroung the farm doesn't have to be as extreme as you might imagine. By making a few small changes, your farm's environmental footprint can be reduced. 1. We've all heard about replacing standard light bulbs in your home with compact flourescent light(CFL) bulbs, but don't forget the...
   Grass is the horse's natural food source. High quality pasture during growing season can provide a good part of the nutritional needs for your horse and can reduce the need for additional hay. So far this year in Maryland, mother nature has been helping us out with an abundance of rain as we e...
Conservation easement, a way to protect natural resources and senic land, is used to limit development and subdivision of that land. By putting a conservation easement on your land, you can save and preserve your treasured property and protect it from future development. A trust easement is perpe...
   The Food, Conservation and Energy Act of 2008, commonly known as the Farm Bill includes a new permanent disaster assistance program that will provide relief funds to equine farmers and ranchers who suffer losses in areas declared by the USDA to be disaster areas. For the first time, horses are...
After reading blogs for a few weeks, I've finally decided to jump on in. Of course I'm nervous with this being my first blog, but everyone here seems so friendly and helpful.Here's a little about myself. I'm new to real estate this year. I have several family members in real estate that talked me...


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Discussing the Maryland Equestrian real estate market. Kelly Cox is a Licensed Maryland Realtor who specializes in Equestrian, Farm's & Land.